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Poster: cashel Date: Jun 1, 2004 11:16am
Forum: movie_of_the_week Subject: Re: Those Darned Japanese! and DANGER

TRAFALGAR please explain { I have never contemplated the scenario that you have presented{

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Poster: summerseve Date: Jun 1, 2004 10:38pm
Forum: movie_of_the_week Subject: Re: Those Darned Japanese! and DANGER

Your comments above don't seem to make a distinction between Japanese, and Americans of Japanese heritage. And you imply that the camps were justified. So I've simply placed you in the same situation theoretically, and asked what you would think of it. If I've misinterpreted you, forgive me.
However, in the context of discussing the film (last-ditch effort here), maybe we should all try and wrap our heads around this for a moment. What would it have been like for us? Either as Japanese-Americans, or any other kind of Americans. We always think we live in a more enlightened time. But what would we REALLY have done?